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Question about sponsoring a fiancee

Question about sponsoring a fiancee

Old Jan 14th 2002, 2:33 pm
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Joseph Blow
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Hi there:

I am in the process of sponsoring my fiancee who is now living in Europe - Poland.

I have already been approved by the Mississauga office and the first part of the
process is complete. I have received a package of forms form Canada Immigration which
my fiancee will fill out and submit to an embassy in Poland.

Here are my questions:

#1 - After she has filed the documents and while we are waiting for an
answer from the embassy in Poland can she come and stay with me in Canada as
a Visitor?

#2 - When/if my finacee is granted the Visa will she be required to go
back to Poland to do her medical tests and/or an interview? Can these be done
in Canada?

#3 - Will she have to go back to Poland at all before her visa is
granted?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
 
Old Jan 14th 2002, 2:58 pm
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Jim Humphries
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Hi, If your fiancee is in Poland now it is highly unlikely that she would be able to
visit with you in Canada while her case is processed. The CIC aims to complete
spousal sponsoships within 6 months so perhaps you should be sponsoring her as your
wife. Jim Humphries

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Old Jan 15th 2002, 4:44 am
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David Cohen
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She may apply for admission to Canada as a visitor. She will be subject to the
standard requirements of admissibility, however. The fact that a PR application is
pending could be construed as a negative factor in such an application. Additional
information on this topic may be found at Campbell, Cohen's web site at the
following URL:

http://canadavisa.com/documents/visitor.htm

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Such examinations can be done at a designated practitioner in Canada.

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If she is granted temporary status in Canada, and if such status is extended
sufficiently, it would not be necessary for her to return to Poland.
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